By Peter J. van Twuyver, DPT, MPT, OCS
Myofascial Release (MFR) is an osteopathic term which refers to the use of the hands for the stretching and mobilization of muscle and fascia. The intention of MFR is to remove or “release” adhesions or restrictions in soft tissue to restore mobility and function. Adhesions in soft tissue can occur from inactivity, trauma, and poor posture. As it turns out, Myofascial Release has been around since 400 BC, during the time of ...
Integrated Energy Therapy®
By Janet Oliver,MA, HF-RM, LRM, MH, IETM, MH I + III
I have always been a skeptic, and belief in angels was way up there on my “skeptical about” list, probably somewhere between Santa Claus and the Easter bunny. (I am in good company here; Stevan Thayer, the founder of Integrated Energy Therapy®, often relates how he didn’t fully believe in angels until they started showing up in his IET® sessions.)
In various workshops, including IET® basic through advanced, I heard ...
By Dianne Wall, BCTMB, LMT, RM, KRM,LRM
Tuning forks are one of many sound healing tools. They are tuned to a variety of frequencies such as those of: organs, the brain, chakras, or planets. Some incorporate gemstones.
Everything vibrates at a unique frequency. Each of us as a unique organism has a vibration. Each of our systems (cardiac, respiratory, nervous…) and individual parts (heart, lungs, hair, cells…) have their own vibration as do plants, animals, the earth, planets, and diseases! Injuries ...
By Lynn Elzweig, HF RM, HF KRM, MH
Magnified Healing® was given to Reiki Masters, Gisele King and Kathryn Anderson in 1983 by Kwan Yin. In 1992 after much meditation and receiving more information, the two women became the primary teachers of Magnified Healing® and subsequently taught classes all over the world. The energy of Magnified Healing® includes love, healing karma, and ascension. In giving Magnified Healing® 1st Phase session, a trained practitioner guides the client through motion, breath, and speech. ...
By Dianne Wall
Cupping therapy is an ancient traditional technique that uses negative pressure (suction) to assist the body’s own healing process by improving blood and lymph circulation and pulling toxins from the tissues. It was once commonplace around the world, most notably in China where its documented use dates back over 2,000 years. With the rise of ‘modern’ medicine and pharmaceuticals cupping fell out of favor at the end of the 19th century, though it remained a home remedy in many ...
Reiki for Loved Ones
By Caitlin Marino
Reiki for Loved Ones is a program at Healing Way Center that offers distant Reiki sessions in 15 minute increments. This allows anyone to purchase a gift of 15 minutes or more for friends, loved ones or even themselves.
The point of offering these short customized sessions is to allow for flexibility. Clients can experience the benefits and support of Reiki outside of the physical treatment space. These sessions are ideal for people who are undergoing surgery, ...
At Healing Way Center we offer our clients the option to have energy work done in person or at a distance. This is because when working with a client's energy it is not necessary for them to be physically present. Studies have shown that distant healing is just as effective as having the work done in person. We know that this is not an easy topic for people to wrap their heads around so we wanted to help make it more ...